London Underground Rent Map Shows Most Expensive Places To Live

Because these guys enjoy a little light masochism now and then, Thrillist have put together a full rent map of London, showing the average monthly cost for a one-bedroom within a kilometer of each Tube station on the network.

The figures reflect the cost of a one-bedroom property within a kilometer of each Tube station on the network (but not the Circle Line because ‘literally every station is present on another line.’)

While it’s no surprise that prices increase the closer you get to the centre of London, it’s an intriguing map nevertheless – only £1,260 for Kew Gardens, really?

Click here to see a full-size version, and check below to see the individual lines.

The not-so-small print: the data was pulled from the fine folks at Find Properly. We haven’t included the Circle Line below, because literally every station is present on another line (to be honest, we’re now not 100% sure why it exists at all, except for its excellent bar crawl-ability). Also, when we say “average,” we mean the median, and when we say “monthly,” we mean every four weeks, as most of the prices are advertised weekly rather than PCM.
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